A new study shows that problematic deliveries are more often the fault of retailers, not delivery services.
In its eighth consecutive yearly recorded loss, the United States Postal Service announced that this year, the delivery service has lost $5.5 billion.
In good holiday news for international delivery services, several market analysis outlets have predicted sizeable upticks in holiday shopping this year.
Despite the plummeting cost of oil, customers aren’t enjoying any relief from fuel surcharges.
The Belgian Post group reports that flooding in Switzerland may create shipping delays for all items shipped to postal codes 657x and 66xx after November 11.
Singles Day, a Chinese celebration that presents itself as the anti-Valentine’s Day, has toppled economic crunch times like Black Friday and Cyber Monday to become the world’s biggest ecommerce holiday.
Data belonging to United States Postal Service (USPS) employees and customers has been compromised by hackers, the agency reports.
As oil prices continue their free fall, the global shipping industry has enjoyed relief.
By recruiting short-term employees around the holidays, companies can fortify their delivery teams without committing themselves to long-term contracts with drivers, postmen, and warehouse workers.
As the holiday season approaches, the United States Postal Service (USPS) has announced that major cities and high volume markets will see shipping on Sundays between Nov. 17 and Christmas Day.